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want for america. jon: steve moore from the "wall street journal." steve, thanks for breaking it down. uma: an emotional start to the senate hearings on gun violence. as you just heard former congresswoman gabrielle giffords speaking before the senate judiciary committee. senator charles grassley the ranking member of that committee will be joining us with more about what the committee hopes to accomplish, plus a growing call to ditch the u.s. constitution? who says the supreme law of the land is outdated, and why? a live report coming your way next. [ loud party sounds ] hi, i'm ensure clear... clear, huh? i'm not juice or fancy water. i've gotine grams of protein. that's three times more than me! [ female announcer ] ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat. in blueberry/pomegranate and peach. uma: is the supreme court the supreme hrauft united states, the u.s. constitution we learned about it and the bill of rights from the time we're in grade school. there are some people who say the constitution is no longer relevant and should be put aside. shannon bream is joining us live wit
increase. steve moore, senior economics writer for "the wall street journal" is joining us now. steve, that is one household. $800 less per year. what does that mean for the economy? what does that mean for that household? >> great question, jenna. by the way i don't think you're one of those millionaires and billionaires president obama talked about and i know i'm not. so --. jenna: you should be my agent, steve. you should be negotiating for more. >> i think we're all going to be paying higher taxes if we have wages and salaries and the payroll tax, as you know, jenna, comes right out of paycheck. it will affect people, lower income people, middle income people, higher income people. so that is a real bite out of middle class incomes, no question about it. you know all the litany of other taxes that went up. the capital-gains tax, the small business tax, the dividend tax. it was a whopper of a tax increase. about $600 billion, jenna. i think overall the impact of this tax increase will be negative for the economy. i think there will be less hiring and less investing. jenna: so, big
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